Suggest some hard rocking stuff I may not be aware of

Pizza ManPizza Man Posts: 133
edited December 1969 in Off topic/NON-DINO Music Area
Looking to broaden my listening material. You guys are as diverse as I am so I am looking for some suggestions for somethings I may have missed. Let's start with the early 70's. What have you got?
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  • cvansicklecvansickle Posts: 6,238
    Montrose and Free for starters.
    Death Or Glory - Who Dares Wins!
  • JoebuddhaJoebuddha Posts: 2,128
    Deep Purple - Burn
    Humble Pie - Rockin the Fillmore
  • Seven MoonsSeven Moons Posts: 8,825
    Early seventies -  let's say 1970-1973.  Here's a selection of albums including obvious and less obvious ones (for a given band, I only mentioned one album, but of course some of these bands would have deserved much more).

    Alice Cooper - Killer
    Black Sabbath - Paranoid
    Blue Oyster Cult - Tyranny and Mutation
    Captain Beyond - Captain Beyond
    Deep Purple - Machine Head
    Free - Fire and Water
    Genesis - Foxtrot
    Hawkwind - Doremi Fasol Latido
    Jethro Tull  - Aqualung
    Led Zeppelin - IV
    Montrose - Montrose
    Nazareth - Loud'n'Proud
    Rory Gallagher - Live in Europe
    Spirit - Twelve Dreams of Dr Sardonicus
    Uriah Heep - Demons and Wizards
    Wishbone Ash - Argus
    ZZ Top - Tres Hombres
  • merlo_zeppelinmerlo_zeppelin Posts: 1,405
    Thin Lizzy, Aerosmith
  • pprovostpprovost Posts: 2,639
    Besides the ones already mentioned for the years 70-73, I would include:

    The Who - Who's Next and Live At Leeds
    Bachman Turner Overdrive - Not Fragile
    Mountain - Mountain Climbing, Flowers of Evil, and Nantucket Sleighride
    Robin Trower - Twice Removed from Yesterday
    Deep Purple - In Rock and Made In Japan
    Budgie - Probably Squawk, but otcconan would know best.
    Aerosmith - Aerosmith
    Slade - Alive
    Edgar Winter - They Only Come Out At Night




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  • Duojett71Duojett71 Posts: 9,518
    Trust-S/T album from '79
    UFO
    Kansas
    Pat Travers
    Ted Nugent
    Frank Marino
  • [quote author=Joebuddha link=topic=10111.msg155250#msg155250 date=1267910858]
    Deep Purple - Burn
    Humble Pie - Rockin the Fillmore
    [/quote]
    Good call on the Humble Pie~!  :up:  I love them. They are a forerunner to The Black Crowes.
  • Jay GJay G Posts: 2,687
    Mountain and also West, Bruce and Lang.  However, it all starts and ends for me with the first Montrose album.
  • merlo_zeppelinmerlo_zeppelin Posts: 1,405
    Frank Marino
  • inmyhandsinmyhands Posts: 11,668
    Argent     "All Together Now".

    Ten Years After     "A Space In Time".

    Grand Funk Railroad     "Closer To Home"   "Survival"   "We're An American Band".

    REO Speedwagon     "REO Speedwagon"

    Free     "Fire And Water".   "Heartbreaker".

    Santana     "Abraxas".

    Alice Cooper    "Love It To Death"     "Killer".

    Mountain     "Climbing"     "Nantucket Sleighride".

    The Moody Blues     "Every Good Boy Deserves Favour"     "Seventh Sojourn".

    Wings     "Band On The Run".

    Styx     "Styx II".

    Ted Nugent and The Amboy Dukes     "Survival Of The Fittest".

    Brownsville Station    "Yeah".

    The Guess Who     "American Woman"     "Share The Land".

    Head East     "Flat As A Pancake".

    The Steve Miller Band     "Living In The U.S.A."     "The Joker".

    The Velvet Underground     "Loaded".

    Lou Reed     "Transformer".

  • EugenicScumEugenicScum Posts: 5,323
    Jerusalem - s/t
    Captain Beyond - First two albums
    Leafhound - Growers of Mushroom
    Lucifer's Friend - s/t
    Flower Travelling Band - Satori
    JPT Scare Band - Sleeping Sickness
    Sir Lord Baltimoore - Kingdom Come
    Procul Harum - A Salty Dog
    Armageddon - s/t
    Buffalo - Volcanic Rock
    Warhorse - s/t
    Blue Cheer - Vincebus Eruptum
    Check out my band: Bevar Sea
  • IsaacIsaac Posts: 3,088
    Eidolon. Glen Drover's band. I like em ALOT.
  • EugenicScumEugenicScum Posts: 5,323
    That's cool Isaac, but he wants hard rock from the early 70s.
    Check out my band: Bevar Sea
  • Pizza ManPizza Man Posts: 133
    So far Captain Beyond ans Jeruselem are new to me! Great suggestions all around. Looks like a a few I knew but had forgotten. Montrose kills. ZZ Top of course. Wishbone was very cool. No one suggested Ozark Mountain Daredevils. Okay lets shift to mid to late seventies!
  • BreakfastimeBreakfastime Posts: 2,152
    Trapeze 'Medussa' is one that was 'old' when we were kids but it sure sounded cool

    Iggy and the Stooges 'Raw Power' is a brutal metallic sleaze-fest

    Rory Gallagher 'Stage Struck' just overflows with burning hot guitar

    Pink Faries 'Kings of Oblivion' was another 70's favorite that i didn't discover until the 80's

    as was Dust who made two albums that are obscure but cool

    Not as obscure is Jeff Beck group 'Truth' and 'Beck-Ola' if you haven't heard these, you're in for a treat

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